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If you’ve decided to visit Denver or are going on a “staycation”, you’re  going to need a great place to stay! Regardless as to whether you’re looking for a room in a hotel that’s trendy and modern– or you’d prefer to book something at a place that’s a bit more relaxed and low-key, when you book your hotel using Denver Digital, you’re bound to find what suits you. Check out some of our local favorites below. 

Our Colorado Convention Center hotel features modern and inviting accommodations, personalized service, and an extensive array of amenities, making your stay productive and fun.

Located in downtown Denver, this hotel features views of the Rocky Mountains and has a heated indoor swimming pool and an on-site restaurant. Colorado Convention Center is a 10-minute walk from the property.

Let the ART awaken your senses. Splashing onto the Denver scene, this luxury hotel creates an unparalleled experience. More than just a place, the art-curated accommodations and heartfelt service give rise to a new kind of masterpiece.

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Set in the heart of downtown, The Ritz-Carlton, Denver looks out over the Mile High City while the sweeping Colorado Rockies beckon from beyond. 

Our modern and upbeat Denver hotel is perfectly situated in the heart of downtown

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Why Book A Hotel In Denver?

Denver’s hotel scene is booming, and for good reason. Our not-so-small mountain town is bustling with things to do. From breweries, to hiking, from snowboarding to the Broncos, Denver truly has something for everyone. Not surprisingly, when it comes to the hotel rooms in Denver, the competition is heating up.

A report by the Denver Post found that Mile High City added nearly 1,950 hotel rooms between the end of 2016 and the end of 2017; if you’re looking for a historical comparison, the current number of rooms, which is just shy of 48,000, is approximately 7,000 more than levels recorded in 2012.
So why all this catering to millennials? It’s simple.
They tend to have more money to spend on travel and leisure, because a good number of the have decided to delay having children or to not have children at all. This type of traveler isn’t looking for the “corporate hotel experience,” and they couldn’t care less as to whether the property has a business center.
Most prefer rooms without a bathtub, as they tend to opt for ones with a walk-in shower.
Suffice to say, their travel and spending trends are having a huge impact on hotels in Denver.

The rise of social media has had a strong impact. Millennial travelers, many of whom are known for demanding unique experiences, have led many hotels to invest in full-on overhauls.
In fact, most of the city’s 47,000 hotel rooms have gotten, or are slighted to receive, million-dollar makeovers.
The Hotel Teatro has recently spent $2.5 million to upgrade its 110 rooms. That project concluded in February 2018.
Denver’s most storied hotel, the Brown Palace, has spent roughly $10.5 million in renovating the property since 2015.
The Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel has also announced the completion of a $15 million renovation of it’s 400 rooms. The ballroom, lobby and meeting spaces also received a facelift.
There’s also the matter of newly opened competitors, such as the Crawford Hotel in Denver Union Station.

A report by the Denver Post found that Mile High City added nearly 1,950 hotel rooms between the end of 2016 and the end of 2017; if you’re looking for a historical comparison, the current number of rooms, which is just shy of 48,000, is approximately 7,000 more than levels recorded in 2012.
So why all this catering to millennials? It’s simple.
They tend to have more money to spend on travel and leisure, because a good number of the have decided to delay having children or to not have children at all. This type of traveler isn’t looking for the “corporate hotel experience,” and they couldn’t care less as to whether the property has a business center.
Most prefer rooms without a bathtub, as they tend to opt for ones with a walk-in shower.
Suffice to say, their travel and spending trends are having a huge impact on hotels in Denver.

Lastly, if you’re wanting to book a night (or six) at a larger, corporate owned property that has a nationwide track record, you’ll find that here, too.
The best advice we can give you is to figure out what it is you’re looking to do while you’re in town. Once you know what you’re most wanting to accomplish, you’ll be able to narrow down the hotel selection from there.
Happy hunting!So why all this catering to millennials? It’s simple.
They tend to have more money to spend on travel and leisure, because a good number of the have decided to delay having children or to not have children at all. This type of traveler isn’t looking for the “corporate hotel experience,” and they couldn’t care less as to whether the property has a business center.
Most prefer rooms without a bathtub, as they tend to opt for ones with a walk-in shower.
Suffice to say, their travel and spending trends are having a huge impact on hotels in Denver.

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